In our apiary we have a modern royal jelly production unit
In a sheltered room with adjustable temperature, humidity and ventilation, we produce this valuable product, showing the care it deserves. The royal jelly is stored in the refrigerator in sterile containers only a few minutes after harvesting from royal cells without contacting unsterilized tools, dust, insects or other factors that may degrade its quality.
With love for this product, we insist on producing royal jelly, turning our expertise into a product with the help of bees and nature.
Having thus significantly reduced production costs, we can also offer our own product at competitive prices to fit into the daily diet of demanding, overactive man as a natural food of high nutritional value but also as a dietary supplement that plays a catalytic role in the proper function of the organism.
The royal jelly is produced by the nasopharyngeal glands of the bee laborers and is the milk with which the bee-keepers feed the larvae until their cell is sealed. The name royal jelly has to do with the fact that larvae destined to become queens are fed exclusively with this food in which the determining factor that turns the larva from worker to queen is also fed exclusively by adult queens.
The queen, which is fed during her life with royal jelly, gives 2.5 times her weight in eggs at the time of maximum flock growth. It also lives for up to five years in contrast with workers which live from 28 days to four months.
Royal jelly is a rich source of vitamin, inorganic elements and amino acids, its color is pale yellow and its texture is thick. It is characterized by a light harsh scent and acidic flavor due to its low pH.